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Thursday, June 02, 2011

UFO Review

Esteemed British publisher Stuart Miller produced some of the finest compilations of UFO material found anywhere.

His UFO Review was a fount of interesting, insightful takes on the UFO phenomenon and its mavens.

While Mr. Miller has gone subliminal since the demise of his exemplary Alien Worlds magazine, we still think of him fondly.

Click here for a PDF of a UFO Review issue with items by and about Nick Redfern (Saucer Spies), The Scully/Aztec "hoax" (we believe the story), and a plethora of other things that you'll find worth your browsing time (cartoons, UFO people, and other fascinating stories.

Enjoy....

8 Comments:

  • Er...wasn't it UFO Review, and his latter mag Alien Worlds? FSR is of course a longstanding mag, and I'm pretty sure Stuart didn't use that same name for his.

    By Blogger Nick Redfern, at Thursday, June 02, 2011  

  • Don't confuse FLYING SAUCER REVIEW, founded in 1955 as a glossy bi-monthly magazine, with UFO REVIEW, a much more recent thing. The former is defunct, I presume.

    I had never seen the latter until now.

    By Blogger cda, at Thursday, June 02, 2011  

  • Yes, Nick and CDA...who are responding to my original posting, where I had Stuart's online mag titled as Flying Saucer Review, which is another mag altogether, of which I have a gazillion.

    The copy has been corrected, as you see.

    (Gilles Fernandez will have a field day with my mental lapse.)

    RR

    By Blogger RRRGroup, at Thursday, June 02, 2011  

  • "The copy has been corrected, as you see."

    Um....actually, Rich, you still show the .pdf link as referring to Flying Saucer Review, not what it should be, and is, UFO Review.

    By Blogger steve sawyer, at Thursday, June 02, 2011  

  • Thank you Steve, you eagle eye you.

    (The copy is corrected, totally, at last, I hope.)

    RR

    By Blogger RRRGroup, at Thursday, June 02, 2011  

  • Yes, readers, I'm fully aware that Stuart Miller made disparaging remarks about me and my friend, Paul Kimball.

    I don't give a damn, and I don't think Paul does either.

    Miller was and is a character, and a guy with a quirky sense of humor and friendship.

    He was gracious when he interviewed me for Alien Worlds and he wasn't off the mark with some of his assessments about me.

    Yes, he could be nasty and he could be nice.

    That's what ufology does to people who otherwise would be decent human beings.

    Gilles Fernandez can elaborate if he wishes; he knows how it is.

    As for Mr. Miller, his publications are the measure of the man, not his snide, sneaky broadsides about me or anyone else.

    And he got his comeuppance when his magazine failed.

    It's karma, Kramer...

    RR

    By Blogger RRRGroup, at Thursday, June 02, 2011  

  • Is there any way you can provide a link to a copy of the interview Miller did with you, Rich, for his defunct magazine, Alien Worlds?

    I think readers here would be interested to see what both you and he had to say back then about the state of "ufology" and related issues.

    By Blogger steve sawyer, at Friday, June 03, 2011  

  • AS far as I know, Steve, there is no link.

    And for me to scan the piece and put it online here would be the height of egotism.

    RR

    By Blogger RRRGroup, at Friday, June 03, 2011  

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